Hollow Rock-Bruceton Alumni Football Game Saturday

A group of former Hollow Rock-Bruceton Football Players is set for an Alumni Game with West Carroll Saturday June 2nd. The Tigers Alumni Squad will play the War Eagles at 7 from Joe T. Herndon Stadium in Bruceton. This is the second straight year for the alumni game, as West Carroll won last year’s contest 14-0 on their home turf. Former Pro Bowler Patrick Willis, who played football at Hollow Rock-Bruceton, will be signing autographs and appearing in pictures with fans before the game begins. Tickets for this game are available at Apex Bank of Bruceton and First Bank in Hollow Rock. The Carroll County Clash featuring the Hollow Rock-Bruceton and West Carroll Alumni Football teams is Saturday at 7 On The Hill in Bruceton.

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Camden hosts Hickman County for Senior Night This Evening

Camden plays Hickman County at home for Senior Night this evening with airtime at 5:30 and tip-off at 6 on WRJB 95.9 Derek Kelley interviewed Camden Boys Basketball Coach Dave Roberts about tonight’s game. Derek Kelley also interviewed Camden Girls Basketball Coach Renee Sutton about her team’s recent wins and improvement. Flash Melton will have the call as Camden hosts Hickman County on Senior Night this evening with airtime at 5:30 and tip-off at 6 on WRJB 95.9. This game is also streaming live at wrjbradio.com.

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Camden Manager Makes Basketball Debut Against Big Sandy Thursday

Thursday night was an important evening in Camden for more than the win over Big Sandy, as special needs manager Kim Frazee made her debut on the hardwood with 4 points for the Lady Lions. The Camden crowd was very pleased to see “Lil Kim” Frazee getting her chance to play basketball in such a big game with county rival Big Sandy. Here’s a clip from Thursday night’s ballgame of Kim Frazee. And another as Frazee scored 2 of her 4 points. These audio clips came courtesy of Facebook. A video of Frazee receiving her jersey in time for Thursday night’s basketball game has received nearly 10,000 views online. The Camden Girls defeated Big Sandy 68-15 while the Camden Boys defeated Big Sandy 86-32.

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